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Dell Mini 3i Smartphone Debuts in China, Reports Claim

The Mini 3i debuted in Beijing, marking Dell’s official entry into the smartphone arena, according to local media reports. The Mini 3i runs an Android-based operating system but doesn’t offer Wi-Fi or support 3G, which may not necessarily bar it from success.
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Ubuntu Netbook is Colored to Match

Berkeley, Calif.-based system integrator ZaReason is selling a netbook that includes Ubuntu, and even is available with a matching "mocha" case.
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Palm Pre Sales Fail to Meet Analyst Expectations

After a big launch, shipments of the company's flagship product fall short.
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Dell: High Linux Netbook Returns a Myth

At this week's OpenSource World, a Dell executive reportedly said the company's Linux netbook returns are roughly equivalent to those for Windows-based netbooks.
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Linux Makes Headway in Netbooks, Smartphones

So many stories about open source Linux becoming “mainstream” appear every year at Linux events that’s it’s become a cliché among technology reporters.

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